The first day back for the school of the 2018-19 school year for Penn-Harris-Madison schools was Wednesday, August 22. Superintendent Dr. Jerry Thacker and Penn Principal Sean Galiher were up early to do live interviews on local South Bend TV stations.
Dr. Thacker then began his annual 15 schools in 3 days tour. Longtime Board Member Larry Beehler accompanied Dr. Thacker on the first two days. Take a look at their visits …
If you are a hard worker, a team player, and want to get better at basketball, Penn Girls Basketball coach invites you to join the Penn Community Junior & Senior Girls Basketball family and be a part of a winning tradition.
This community-sponsored AAU league is developed for the Penn-Harris-Madison Communities and has been given permission to be named the Penn Community Girls Basketball League.
Penn High School was proud to have 17 students earn valedictorian honors and two students earn salutatorian honors for the Class of 2018 during Commencement held on Friday, May 25, 2018.
Of those 19 total students achieving these honors, one of them, Madeline Cullison, attended Bittersweet Elementary School and Schmucker Middle School.
Penn High School’s Center for Performing Arts brimmed with excitement as nearly 200 third, fourth and fifth graders participated in the 32nd annual P-H-M Elementary Spell Bowl on Tuesday (March 20, 2018).
Penn High School student-athletes are used to encouraging fellow high school students to pursue excellence in the classroom or in the athletic arena.
On Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, Kingsmen student-athletes were encouraging Bittersweet Elementary Students to try their best on the upcoming ISTEP. The ISTEP testing window is Monday, Feb. 26 – Friday, March 9, 2018.
Members of the local VFW came to Bittersweet 5th grade classrooms as part of the Flag Awareness Program.
Students and staff learned about the history of the American flag and why it is important to respect it. The local veterans also talked about how to properly take care of the flag and demonstrated the proper way to fold a flag.
With the release of the 2016-17 Accountability Grades, Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation is proud to have nine schools received A's: